Obituary

NYC firefighter ‘never gave up’ after 9/11-related cancer diagnosis

On Sept. 11, 2001, New York City firefighter and longtime Long Beach resident John Moschella was living in East Atlantic Beach when he watched the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center unfold …

Judge rejects Long Beach Superblock developer's appeal

In what officials called a win for the city, a Nassau County State Supreme Court judge has upheld a decision by the Zoning Board of Appeals last May to revoke a building permit issued to the …

Long Beach City Council president: Personal attacks ‘out of control’ at meetings

The City Council’s first meeting of the year on Jan. 2 had no items on the agenda for voting, though sources told the Herald that city officials were expected to provide an update on the search …

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Pedestrian killed, another injured on Park Avenue in Long Beach

A pedestrian was killed and another seriously injured while leaving a restaurant just after midnight when they were struck by a Long Beach volunteer firefighter as they were crossing East Park …

Road-safety roundtable in Rockville Centre hones in on marijuana legalization safeguards

With recreational marijuana expected to be legalized this year, lawmakers, prosecutors and community leaders aired their concerns at Molloy College in Rockville Centre on Jan. 7 and discussed ways to soften the potential negative effects that such a law might have in New York.

A poetic homage to her Brooklyn roots

Long Beach City Councilwoman and Brooklyn native Anissa Moore published a book of original poetry in September that touches upon powerful themes of discrimination, family, women’s empowerment and …

Les Savy Fav coming to Long Beach

For nearly a decade, Rockville Centre resident Martin Brull has been trying to attract acclaimed indie-art rockers Les Savy Fav to perform at one of his foundation’s fundraisers to support children …